Company: The Applied History of Art and Architecture Educational Foundation
Location: Honolulu, HI
Honolulu, Hawaii, January 24, 2011, Katherine Bolman, President of The Applied History of Art and Architecture Educational Foundation, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in art history. Persevering through dyslexia, Dr. Bolman has demonstrated her capacity to never give up in the face of adversity. As an educator of 30 years, she is charged with mentoring at the Fifth World Youth Congress in Istanbul, Turkey. The initiative brings together people in the age range of 13 through 29 to investigate the world’s most pressing problems, and the roles they can have as individuals to make a difference. The conference allows the next generation to interact with peers from all around the world, and infuse their cultures together to formulate a positive impact on the future. Dr. Bolman’s involvement is a result of her curiosity and passion for learning. Dr. Bolman is a Fellow in lifelong learning, with a concentration in creativity and wisdom, from Fielding Graduate University, and a Doctor of Education from the same institution. Previously, she earned a Master of Fine Arts and a Master of Arts in Education, from the University of Hawaii, as well as a Master of Social Work from Smith College, and a bachelor’s degree in ceramics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She established a website, The Applied History of Art and Architecture Educational Foundation, to exude her expertise in art history and share her vision with the world. According to Dr. Bolman, “We, homo sapiens, come out of the mists of time and [leave] evidence of our journeys around the world for others to find.” This ideology rings true to her own journey; from one end of the world to the other, Dr. Bolman has had a profound influence in the field of education. For more information about the Applied History of Art and Architecture Educational Foundation, please visit www.arthistoryworlds.org.
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